This is an archived article that was published on sltrib. It is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted. A year-old man was abiding by the law when he went into the Layton Police Department to update his status as a registered sex offender. But Lt. Garret Atkin said Tuesday it was what the man allegedly had done with a USB flash drive that landed him back behind bars on three third-degree felony counts of lewdness. Gordon W.
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A man who tried to persuade a year-old girl to have six with him has been jailed for a year after the youngster came forward. James Timmons, from Birmingham, began talking to the girl on a bus — despite her telling him her age — on January He ignored her and instead used her phone to dial his mobile, meaning he had her number stored in his phone. The year-old began messaging her later that evening about meeting up to have "no strings attached fun".
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